On September 2, the long-awaited concert of musician Max Korzh took place in Riga (Latvia). The Belarusian singer, popular among young people, dropped out of touring for several years – at first Covid was an obstacle, and then Korzh spoke out against the war and declared that he could not sing about “Zhit’ V Kaif” (Life Is Good) – that was the name of one of his famous albums – when the lives every day are taken away. About 35 thousand spectators gathered at the Daugava stadium. The concert ended on a minor note – with an anti-war song with the words “He is right who protects his home”.
JSA Europe / Stage Company proposes for sale in the Ukrainian market a wide range of professional stage designs, related products, additional equipment, scaffolding systems, and access structures.
Our company has more than twenty years of extensive experience in the use and sale of stages, other structures, and related equipment for staging and Layher systems for scaffolding.
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The new producer of trusses and stages – SIXTY82 started only on March 1 this year, and shortly thereafter in mid-April made a public presentation at the Prolight + Sound 2018. The booth of SIXTY82 was built using some of its products to create a Beer Pub imitation. Complete with a bar offering SIXTY82 beer, there were negotiation places and a full range of examples of products offered.
A good set of pictures from the history of JSA Stage Company. Here we have chosen some photos of the company’s projects. This short gallery allows you to overview 20 years of our work. See more photos in the Portfolio feed.
On July 6-8, 2012, was The 15t Festival Nashestvie (Tver region, Bolshoe Zavidovo place, about 160 km from Moscow; for three days – about 125,000 people). JSA installed special designs (Layher structures and Prolyte Roofs) for the VIP zone of the festival sponsor – Chesterfield. A memorable detail of this object was the Star from elements of Layher scaffolding above the entrance to the area.